My mailbox was knocked down by the snow plows. What do I do?
You can either call 651-430-4300 or Report a Concern (green button above). The Maintenance Supervisor will inspect any damage to mailboxes on county roads.

Washington County does not replace mailboxes or posts damaged by the force of moving snow. A swing away style mailbox is designed to minimize the risk of damage from plowed snow and is what is suggested.

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1. My mailbox was knocked down by the snow plows. What do I do?
2. I live on a county road. Who do I contact to have a swing arm mailbox installed?
3. Who do I contact about a dead deer or other animal on a county road?
4. Where do I get a County map?
5. What is the Right of Way ordinance?
6. I am having problems with the water/other utilities in my home/business.
7. Who do I contact to install a new driveway on a county road?
8. How do I find out what the right of way (ROW) is on a county road?
9. Can I put a garage sale, political or informational sign on a county road?
10. How do I report a pothole on a county road?
11. What is the number to Minnesota Department of Transportation, (MnDOT)?
12. How do find information about road construction in my area?
13. How do I find out the bid results on a project?
14. I have dead trees/shrubs in front of my home located in county right of way. Will the county remove them?
15. I am interested in adopting a highway. Who do I contact?
16. When are county ditches mowed?
17. When does the county spray for noxious weeds?
18. How do I obtain DO NOT SPRAY signs? Is there a form for me to fill out?
19. How do I obtain a Right of Way, Transportation, Access or Obstruction Permit?